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TakeNote 1.0 Disk 1 of 2. Easy to use Windows Personal Filer. Rolodex, auto dialer, address book. 19 pre-defined cards including business and home uses. Print labels, 3x5 cards, reports.

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TakeNote 1.0 Disk 1 of 2. Easy to use Windows
Personal Filer. Rolodex, auto dialer, address
book. 19 pre-defined cards including business
and home uses. Print labels, 3x5 cards,
reports. Search includes "sounds-like".
Import/Export Cardfile, ASCII, dBase, CSV,
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TakeNote 1.0 Disk 1 of 2. Easy to use Windows Personal Filer. Rolodex, auto dialer, address book. 19 pre-defined cards including business and home uses. Print labels, 3×5 cards, reports.
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Contents of the READ.ME file


TakeNote 1.0 Disk 1 of 2. Easy to use Windows
Personal Filer. Rolodex, auto dialer, address
book. 19 pre-defined cards including business
and home uses. Print labels, 3x5 cards,
reports. Search includes "sounds-like".
Import/Export Cardfile, ASCII, dBase, CSV,
WordPerfect.
_____________________________________________________________________
TakeNote 1.0
READ.ME
------------------------------------------------------------------
CONTENTS OF THIS READ.ME FILE:
---------------------------------------------
* WHAT IS SHAREWARE
* WHERE TAKENOTE IS SOLD
* DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTIONS
* PRINTING A COPY OF THE MANUAL
* NOTES & CHANGES
* ASSOCIATION OF SHAREWARE PROFESSIONALS (ASP)
+----------------------------+
| WHAT IS SHAREWARE? |
+----------------------------+
Welcome to the Shareware revolution. This remarkable method of
software distribution was co-pioneered in 1982 by Jim Button and
Andrew Fluegelman. It has become a major force in the computer
industry, helping to reduce software prices and eliminate copy
protection schemes.

You are encouraged to copy the TakeNote Shareware diskette(s) and
share them freely with others. Please make copies of your
original diskettes rather than copying the installed program so
the Install program is included. You have the luxury of trying out
the complete programs, at your own pace and in the comfort of your
own home or workplace. This is not a disabled or demo copy, but
the complete fully-functional working version of the program.

After you have used TakeNote for a reasonable evaluation period (not
to exceed 50 uses) you must either stop using it or buy a licensed
copy from ButtonWare or from an authorized dealer.

If you purchase TakeNote from a dealer, PLEASE mark "Shareware
Registration" on the registration card you return and we will send
you the area code deck listed below. This deck IS NOT available
with our retail version.

Why pay at all?
* You receive the most current copy of the program

* Bound printed manual
* FREE Card deck with area codes, cities and time zones -
includes all cities and towns, not just major ones
* FREE Card deck with top 100 computer companies including
addresses and phone numbers
* Notification of updates and new products
* Inexpensive updates (typically 1/3 the retail price)
* Periodic special price offers (for our registered users only)
* Your input and ideas help shape future products
* A sense of pride and ownership, by having honestly participated
in the Shareware revolution
* The satisfaction of helping to keep software prices down, by
supporting a distribution method which doesn't depend on
expensive advertising campaigns
* You are required to obtain a registered copy if you
continue to use the program

At ButtonWare, we are committed to the continued development of
useful, friendly (easy to use), inexpensive software. Your payment is
very important. It helps to fund the creation of new software
programs and encourages the Shareware approach to software
distribution. In essence, your payment is a vote for this program and
for this method of software sales.

Sincerely,

Jim Button
Founder and president.


+--------------------------+
| WHERE IS TAKENOTE SOLD? |
+--------------------------+

You can purchase TakeNote for a substantial discount from the
following retail outlets:

In the U.S.:
CompuAdd (800)666-1872
CompUSA (800)451-7638
Computer City (local store)
Egghead (800)EGG-HEAD
MicroWarehouse (800)367-7080
PC-Connection (800)243-8088
Software City (local store)
Walden Software (local store)
In Canada:
Primax (800)668-4305
London Drugs (local store)
In Australia/New Zealand
Manaccom 09-777-661
SealCorp 07-368-2366

Or you can purchase TakeNote from your local dealer or directly
from ButtonWare. Call (800)J-BUTTON or (206)454-0479 for the
dealer nearest you or for current pricing and order information.


+-----------------------------+
| DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTIONS |
+-----------------------------+

Please dive in and enjoy the fun of legally sharing good software
with your friends and associates. The following restrictions are
designed to protect the community of Shareware users and to prevent
others from taking unfair advantage of the trust, hard work, and good
will of Shareware authors. Exceptions to these conditions must be
granted in writing from ButtonWare.

1. Disk vendors (those who sell Shareware disks for a profit)
must follow the procedure outlined in the "VENDOR.DOC" file.
2. Individuals wishing to share TakeNote with others must adhere
to the conditions outlined in the "LICENSE.DOC" file.
3. To distribute TakeNote via a telecommunications link, you must
follow the procedure outlined in the "SYSOP.DOC" file.
4. A copy of TakeNote is available for student use in classrooms.
Please see EDUCATE.DOC.
5. Shareware distribution is permitted only in the United States,
Canada, Australia and New Zealand.



+----------------------------------------+
| PRINTING A COPY OF THE USER'S MANUAL |
+----------------------------------------+

If you did not purchase TakeNote (complete with printed manual)
directly from ButtonWare or from an authorized dealer, then you are
evaluating the program.

We have tried to provide you with everything necessary to evaluate
TakeNote. The program uses clear, informative menus. Help screens
are always available.

This is sufficient for most people to evaluate the program. However,
some people prefer to have a copy of the printed manual.

Note that there are no pretty screen pictures in the disk manual
since that isn't possible in a text file that will print on all
printers. It is approximately 75 pages long so make sure you have
enough paper in the printer when you are ready to print.

To keep costs down, the on-disk documentation is not included with
purchased copies of TakeNote and cannot be bought directly from
ButtonWare. Purchased copies include complete printed User's
Manuals, typeset and bound, which includes screen shots and more
examples.

After you have installed the program, the documentation is a Windows
Write file called TAKENOTE.WRI. You can view this document with a
Write or choose File Print to print the file to your default Windows
printer.

If you need technical support, you can call our bulletin board at
(206)454-7875, contact us in PCVENA on CompuServe or call our
technical support line (900)454-8000. There is no charge for the
first minute on the 900 line. Each minute thereafter is billed at $2
on your phone bill.


+---------------------------------+
| NOTES AND CHANGES |
+---------------------------------+
* The manual for TakeNote describes Windows dialog boxes for
Windows 3.0. Some of those dialogs have changed with
Windows 3.1.

* TakeNote requests a specific font from Windows. If it does not
find it, it will try to find another font the same size. If it
can't find it, usually it has either been deleted or over-written
by a font of the same name. When TakeNote can't find the font,
it looks for a different font that is the same size and uses
that. If it doesn't find a font the same size, it uses the last
font on the list. In some cases this is Dingbats which makes
your screen unreadable. To force TakeNote to use a different
font, you can go to the Windows Control Panel, Fonts selection.
Remove the font that is causing the problem.

There are some other text files in your subdirectory worth looking
at:

PRODUCTS - Short review of ButtonWare products, and an order form
RESPONSE - A user feedback survey. Very important to us.
LICENSE.DOC - important licensing information for individuals.
DESCRIBE.DOC - sample descriptions of TakeNote package.
VENDOR.DOC - information for shareware vendors.
SYSOP.DOC - information for Bulletin Board SYSOP's.
EDUCATE.DOC - information on classroom and training use.


+----------------------------------------------+
| ASSOCIATION OF SHAREWARE PROFESSIONALS (ASP) |
+----------------------------------------------+
_______
____|__ | (tm)
--| | |-------------------
| ____|__ | Association of
| | |_| Shareware
|__| o | Professionals
-----| | |---------------------
|___|___| MEMBER


Jim Button is a founding member of the Association of Shareware
Professionals (ASP). ASP wants to make sure that the shareware
principle works for you. If you are unable to resolve a shareware-
related problem with an ASP member by contacting the member directly,
ASP may be able to help. The ASP Ombudsman can help you resolve a
dispute or problem with an ASP member, but does not provide technical
support for members' products. Please write to the ASP Ombudsman at
545 Grover Road, Muskegon, MI 49442 or send a CompuServe message via
electronic mail to ASP Ombudsman 70007,3536.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ButtonWare
PO Box 96058
Bellevue, WA 98006-4469
USA

(206)454-1838 Fax
CompuServe ID 73230,1363

___ end of read.me __________________________________________________________________



Contents of the README.1ST file


TakeNote 1.0 Disk 1 of 2. Easy to use Windows
Personal Filer. Rolodex, auto dialer, address
book. 19 pre-defined cards including business
and home uses. Print labels, 3x5 cards,
reports. Search includes "sounds-like".
Import/Export Cardfile, ASCII, dBase, CSV,
WordPerfect.
_____________________________________________________________________
TakeNote 1.0
READ.ME
------------------------------------------------------------------
CONTENTS OF THIS READ.ME FILE:
---------------------------------------------
* WHAT IS SHAREWARE
* WHERE TAKENOTE IS SOLD
* DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTIONS
* PRINTING A COPY OF THE MANUAL
* NOTES & CHANGES
* ASSOCIATION OF SHAREWARE PROFESSIONALS (ASP)
+----------------------------+
| WHAT IS SHAREWARE? |
+----------------------------+
Welcome to the Shareware revolution. This remarkable method of
software distribution was co-pioneered in 1982 by Jim Button and
Andrew Fluegelman. It has become a major force in the computer
industry, helping to reduce software prices and eliminate copy
protection schemes.

You are encouraged to copy the TakeNote Shareware diskette(s) and
share them freely with others. Please make copies of your
original diskettes rather than copying the installed program so
the Install program is included. You have the luxury of trying out
the complete programs, at your own pace and in the comfort of your
own home or workplace. This is not a disabled or demo copy, but
the complete fully-functional working version of the program.

After you have used TakeNote for a reasonable evaluation period (not
to exceed 50 uses) you must either stop using it or buy a licensed
copy from ButtonWare or from an authorized dealer.

If you purchase TakeNote from a dealer, PLEASE mark "Shareware
Registration" on the registration card you return and we will send
you the area code deck listed below. This deck IS NOT available
with our retail version.

Why pay at all?
* You receive the most current copy of the program

* Bound printed manual
* FREE Card deck with area codes, cities and time zones -
includes all cities and towns, not just major ones
* FREE Card deck with top 100 computer companies including
addresses and phone numbers
* Notification of updates and new products
* Inexpensive updates (typically 1/3 the retail price)
* Periodic special price offers (for our registered users only)
* Your input and ideas help shape future products
* A sense of pride and ownership, by having honestly participated
in the Shareware revolution
* The satisfaction of helping to keep software prices down, by
supporting a distribution method which doesn't depend on
expensive advertising campaigns
* You are required to obtain a registered copy if you
continue to use the program

At ButtonWare, we are committed to the continued development of
useful, friendly (easy to use), inexpensive software. Your payment is
very important. It helps to fund the creation of new software
programs and encourages the Shareware approach to software
distribution. In essence, your payment is a vote for this program and
for this method of software sales.

Sincerely,

Jim Button
Founder and president.


+--------------------------+
| WHERE IS TAKENOTE SOLD? |
+--------------------------+

You can purchase TakeNote for a substantial discount from the
following retail outlets:

In the U.S.:
CompuAdd (800)666-1872
CompUSA (800)451-7638
Computer City (local store)
Egghead (800)EGG-HEAD
MicroWarehouse (800)367-7080
PC-Connection (800)243-8088
Software City (local store)
Walden Software (local store)
In Canada:
Primax (800)668-4305
London Drugs (local store)
In Australia/New Zealand
Manaccom 09-777-661
SealCorp 07-368-2366

Or you can purchase TakeNote from your local dealer or directly
from ButtonWare. Call (800)J-BUTTON or (206)454-0479 for the
dealer nearest you or for current pricing and order information.


+-----------------------------+
| DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTIONS |
+-----------------------------+

Please dive in and enjoy the fun of legally sharing good software
with your friends and associates. The following restrictions are
designed to protect the community of Shareware users and to prevent
others from taking unfair advantage of the trust, hard work, and good
will of Shareware authors. Exceptions to these conditions must be
granted in writing from ButtonWare.

1. Disk vendors (those who sell Shareware disks for a profit)
must follow the procedure outlined in the "VENDOR.DOC" file.
2. Individuals wishing to share TakeNote with others must adhere
to the conditions outlined in the "LICENSE.DOC" file.
3. To distribute TakeNote via a telecommunications link, you must
follow the procedure outlined in the "SYSOP.DOC" file.
4. A copy of TakeNote is available for student use in classrooms.
Please see EDUCATE.DOC.
5. Shareware distribution is permitted only in the United States,
Canada, Australia and New Zealand.



+----------------------------------------+
| PRINTING A COPY OF THE USER'S MANUAL |
+----------------------------------------+

If you did not purchase TakeNote (complete with printed manual)
directly from ButtonWare or from an authorized dealer, then you are
evaluating the program.

We have tried to provide you with everything necessary to evaluate
TakeNote. The program uses clear, informative menus. Help screens
are always available.

This is sufficient for most people to evaluate the program. However,
some people prefer to have a copy of the printed manual.

Note that there are no pretty screen pictures in the disk manual
since that isn't possible in a text file that will print on all
printers. It is approximately 75 pages long so make sure you have
enough paper in the printer when you are ready to print.

To keep costs down, the on-disk documentation is not included with
purchased copies of TakeNote and cannot be bought directly from
ButtonWare. Purchased copies include complete printed User's
Manuals, typeset and bound, which includes screen shots and more
examples.

After you have installed the program, the documentation is a Windows
Write file called TAKENOTE.WRI. You can view this document with a
Write or choose File Print to print the file to your default Windows
printer.

If you need technical support, you can call our bulletin board at
(206)454-7875, contact us in PCVENA on CompuServe or call our
technical support line (900)454-8000. There is no charge for the
first minute on the 900 line. Each minute thereafter is billed at $2
on your phone bill.


+---------------------------------+
| NOTES AND CHANGES |
+---------------------------------+
* The manual for TakeNote describes Windows dialog boxes for
Windows 3.0. Some of those dialogs have changed with
Windows 3.1.

* TakeNote requests a specific font from Windows. If it does not
find it, it will try to find another font the same size. If it
can't find it, usually it has either been deleted or over-written
by a font of the same name. When TakeNote can't find the font,
it looks for a different font that is the same size and uses
that. If it doesn't find a font the same size, it uses the last
font on the list. In some cases this is Dingbats which makes
your screen unreadable. To force TakeNote to use a different
font, you can go to the Windows Control Panel, Fonts selection.
Remove the font that is causing the problem.

There are some other text files in your subdirectory worth looking
at:

PRODUCTS - Short review of ButtonWare products, and an order form
RESPONSE - A user feedback survey. Very important to us.
LICENSE.DOC - important licensing information for individuals.
DESCRIBE.DOC - sample descriptions of TakeNote package.
VENDOR.DOC - information for shareware vendors.
SYSOP.DOC - information for Bulletin Board SYSOP's.
EDUCATE.DOC - information on classroom and training use.


+----------------------------------------------+
| ASSOCIATION OF SHAREWARE PROFESSIONALS (ASP) |
+----------------------------------------------+
_______
____|__ | (tm)
--| | |-------------------
| ____|__ | Association of
| | |_| Shareware
|__| o | Professionals
-----| | |---------------------
|___|___| MEMBER


Jim Button is a founding member of the Association of Shareware
Professionals (ASP). ASP wants to make sure that the shareware
principle works for you. If you are unable to resolve a shareware-
related problem with an ASP member by contacting the member directly,
ASP may be able to help. The ASP Ombudsman can help you resolve a
dispute or problem with an ASP member, but does not provide technical
support for members' products. Please write to the ASP Ombudsman at
545 Grover Road, Muskegon, MI 49442 or send a CompuServe message via
electronic mail to ASP Ombudsman 70007,3536.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ButtonWare
PO Box 96058
Bellevue, WA 98006-4469
USA

(206)454-1838 Fax
CompuServe ID 73230,1363

___ end of read.me __________________________________________________________________

TakeNote 6.5
README.1ST
------------------------------------------------------------------
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
LIST OF FILES
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
------------------------------------------------------------------
TakeNote is shareware. The exclusive copyrights to this program are
held by ButtonWare and Jim Button.

Please refer to the following files on Disk 1 for the limited license
to copy:

VENDOR.DOC Information for Shareware Distributors, Disk
Vendors and Computer Clubs.
SYSOP.DOC Information for Bulletin Board SYSOP's.
EDUCATE.DOC Information for Classroom and Training Use.
LICENSE.DOC Information for Individuals.

To see a complete list of files that must be included with this
package for distribution, please check the file called PACKING.LST.

TO INSTALL

NOTE: 1.5 mb of hard disk space is required for the install. To use
TakeNote, you must have Windows 3.0 or later

If installing from a floppy disk, put DISK 1 in Drive A or B.
START WINDOWS.
From the Program Manager choose
File, Run and type in
A:INSTALL or
B:INSTALL
The program will give you instructions from there on. If you
installing from a hard disk, a high density floppy or a low density
31/2" floppy, the Install program will ask you for a second disk.
Just press enter. Install will create a subdirectory and a TakeNote
Window.

After installation, please read the READ.ME (by clicking on the
Notepad icon labeled READ.ME which includes special information on
FREE decks available with your shareware registration and how to get
them) as well as the other important files listed in the READ.ME
file.
___ end of readme.1st _______________________________________________




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